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Do you want to help to change the world?  Higher Ground is the parent company of a global network of Montessori schools and programs which serve over 8,000 families making it the world’s largest provider of scientifically informed education.  Since 2016, our schools have spread the transformative power of Montessori education by opening high-fidelity brick and mortar and virtual schools, learning pods and teacher training worldwide.  Higher Ground is in high-growth mode. Currently we have a network of over 100 Montessori schools and our ambitions are to expand by 40+ a year.    

Role

As a part of our continued growth we are looking for dedicated and passionate full-time Warehouse Associates with experience. As a Warehouse Associate you will be responsible for general labor, warehouse maintenance, building furniture, safely loading, receiving inventory and unloading of materials with the use of a pallet jack, hand truck, or electric stacker. The Warehouse Associate will also be responsible for maintaining excellent customer service to internal customers always. We are seeking candidates who are extremely motivated and are excited about the opportunity to support all operational processes and procedures. If you like growth and working with happy, enthusiastic individuals, you'll enjoy a career with us!

This role is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door, be part of our warehouse founding team and to learn more about Montessori education and the process of setting up new schools. We are excited to find people who want to expand their skillset to lead set up teams and even deliver the materials to our new campuses.

Qualifications:

Previous warehouse or stockroom experience preferred

High School degree or equivalent

Work a rotating schedule that alternates between day and evening as needed

Valid Drivers Licenses with a clean driving record

Must be legally authorized to work in the United States of America

Agree to and pass a background check

Maintain regular and prompt attendance

About Us

We dare to dream about a future where every child has the opportunity to receive a high-quality, high-fidelity, authentic Montessori education. To do so requires grit, determination, and entrepreneurial mindset required to bring this vision into reality. It's tough work and the road ahead isn't easy but if you're up for the challenge, we're confident it will be worth it!  

What we offer 

$12 - $15 per hour plus overtime

Career growth and professional development opportunities 

Health, dental and vision insurance

Flexible paid time off and paid holidays

100% free tuition for up to two children at Guidepost Montessori

 

If you are as excited about this opportunity as we are, we hope you apply today!

 

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